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RE: hardy hibiscus

Yep-- southern belle type... definitely dinner plate size. I also have
the mallows, but they don't have to move :)

Well the rain and warm weather have these dolls way ahead of schedule.
Mine are about 2 ft tall already:(


> Hardy Hib as in H. moescheutos?  Dinner plate type?  I only have one,
> Kopper
> King, and it was only up about 5-6 inches last time I looked.  Meaning
> good time to divide.  You don't want to do it in fall.  Get it  while
> still manageable.
> Kitty

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